Monday Morning Stir

By Erik Oster 

-Lewes, England design firm Studio Hardie turned a Nissan  E-NV200 electric van into a mobile office (video above).

-Some Canadians would like to get one last word in on Donald Trump and Americans’ tendency to make fun of our neighbors up north.

-Deutsch CEO Mike Sheldon is obsessed with winning, didn’t have any thoughts on Droga5 to share with Digiday.


-The&Partnership wins Toyota media, creative in Europe without a review.

-Today we learned that “living logos” can change their shape, unlike dead logos.

-“People familiar with the situation” told The Wall Street Journal on Friday that MDC Partners is considering a sale.

Kaaren Whitney-Vernon, CEO of shift2, explains “How to Make Sure Your Branded Content Isn’t Really Just an Ad.”

-Stockholm agency Round & Round is looking to hire American creatives who want to leave the country post-election.